Accommodation Descriptions and Procedures

Students are approved for a general list of accommodations based on the impact of their functional limitations. The actual need or use of an accommodation is determined on a course specific basis. Instructors and students should communicate how specific accommodations will be implemented, if needed. Instructors must consult with the DRO if they have concerns or when they believe an approved accommodation listed in the Accommodation Letter may alter the essential requirements or educational outcomes of the course.

Students should immediately contact the DRO if an instructor refuses to provide an approved accommodation or if they feel they are not being accommodated appropriately.

A

Academic Visual Supports
Access to Class Lecture Materials, When Available, Prior to Class if Possible
Access Assistant
Accessible Building
Accessible Furniture
Accessible Web Content and Software
Alternate Format Answer Sheet
Accessible Textbooks
Assistive Listening Device
Audio Description
Audio/Digital Format

B

Braille

Stop The Clock Break For Medical Self Care

C

Calculator for In-Class Assignments and Tests
Captioned Multimedia
Class Notes
Computer for In-Class Assignments and Tests 
Course Multimedia and Personal Use

Course Policy Adjustment

E

Electronic Device for Note Taking
Electronic Format
Electronic Reserves
Extended Time for in-class assignments, quizzes and tests

F

Foreign Language Substitution

H

Health and Exercise Studies Substitution
Housing

I

Interpreter

L

Large Print
Limited Adjustment for Attendance

N

P

Per Assignment Extension Consideration
Permission to Record Class Lectures
Priority Registration

R

Reader for Exams and Tests
Reduced Distraction Testing Space

S

Scribe
Spelling Aid for In-Class Use

T

Text Access
Text To Speech For In-Class Assignments and Tests

V

Verbalization of Material on the Board or Overhead

W

Word Prediction Software